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Read the latest research news from Quarterly, the magazine for alumni, friends, faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison.

 

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Physicians Spend More Than Half of Work Day on Electronic Health Records

Physicians Spend More Than Half of Work Day on Electronic Health Records

Primary-care physicians spend more than half of their work day on electronic health records during and after clinic hours, a University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and American Medical Association study has found. The study, pub...
9/11/2017 | Physicians Spend More Than Half of Work Day on Electronic Health Records

CLR 131 Found to Broadly Target Pediatric Solid Tumors

CLR 131 Found to Broadly Target Pediatric Solid Tumors

According to a new study by UW Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) researchers, a broadly applicable cancer therapy currently being developed by Cellectar Biosciences may have the potential to work in pediatric solid tumors. CLR 131 (formerly known as...
9/08/2017 | CLR 131 Found to Broadly Target Pediatric Solid Tumors

Nirupama Pike Named Director of New Cell Therapy Program

Nirupama Pike Named Director of New Cell Therapy Program

The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, in partnership with the UW Carbone Cancer Center, has chosen its first director of cell manufacturing at the Program for Advanced Cell Therapy (PACT). Nirupama Pike, PhD, will tak...
9/06/2017 | Nirupama Pike Named Director of New Cell Therapy Program

Study: Early Farm Exposure Mitigates Respiratory Illnesses, Allergies and Skin Rashes

Study: Early Farm Exposure Mitigates Respiratory Illnesses, Allergies and Skin Rashes

Exposure to dairy farms early in life may dramatically reduce the frequency and severity of respiratory illnesses, allergies and chronic skin rashes among young children according to a collaborative study that includes two researchers from the Univer...
9/05/2017 | Study: Early Farm Exposure Mitigates Respiratory Illnesses, Allergies and Skin Rashes

Flu Surveillance Continues with $2.4 Million CDC Award

Flu Surveillance Continues with $2.4 Million CDC Award

A researcher has received a $2.4 million award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to continue his work that has found flu activity in schools is a good warning system for flu activity in the community. Dr. Jon Temte, profe...
8/31/2017 | Flu Surveillance Continues with $2.4 Million CDC Award

 

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